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Scotland Russia Forum – interpreter

4th May 2005

From Scotland Russia Forum
Best wishes
Ute

>From: "Scotland-Russia Forum" <[removed]>
>To: <Undisclosed-Recipient:;>
>Subject: interpreter wanted; English teaching in Russia; advice for homeopathic doctor
>Date: Wed, 4 May 2005 11:49:20 +0100
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>FLAs in Russia29 May- 2 June: Interpreter wanted for international seminar in London for the Russian Ministry of Health and Russian academy of medical sciences.
>Approx 50 people – senior doctors, academics and Min of Health people. Will be visiting various hospitals etc.
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>Would prefer London-based interpreter.
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>If you can help please send details of your experience, qualifications etc to: Paul Bryan, Fruit Salad Events Ltd
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>Tel: +44 (0)870 066 8766
>Fax: +44 (0)870 066 8767
>Mob: +44 (0)7795 174 809
>2/2, 237 Bearsden Road, Glasgow G13 1DH
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>www.fruitsaladevents.com
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>FOREIGN LANGUAGE ASSISTANTSHIPS IN RUSSIA – DEADLINE EXTENDED!
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>The British Council has extended its deadline for applications for assistantships in Russia.
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>· spend an academic year (October 2005 – June 2006) teaching at a Russian university (with a possibility of extension for a further year)
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>· teach English to Russian undergraduates. You do not need to have TEFL qualifications or experience; you do need enthusiasm and the ability to think creatively in the classroom
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>· you will receive a monthly rouble stipend, and a monthly top-up sterling allowance
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>· you will be placed in a city where there is a British Council centre which will provide support to you. The cities are: Volgograd, Ekaterinburg, Irkutsk, Krasnoyarsk, Nizhni Novgorod, Novosibirsk, Omsk, Rostov on Don, Samara, Sochi, St Petersburg, Tomsk, Yaroslavl, Yuzhno – Sakhalinsk. There is a possibility others may be added, but these are priority.
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>· you will spend an induction week in Moscow with your colleagues before you travel to your further destination. British Council Moscow will cover the cost of induction and onward travel.
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> The work involves mainly oral practice for university students on current affairs, life and institutions in the UK etc. Many of the students will be taking courses in eg Social Work, Business Studies, Law, and studying these in English.
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>For further information, please see www.Language.Assistants.org.uk or contact British Council Scotland on (0131) 524 5700, or e-mail [removed].
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>We have been contacted on behalf of a homeopathic doctor : " very interested in coming over to Britain for a while …Is there anyone in the Forum who might have an idea how he can practice in UK?"
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>And ideas/advice? I will pass on all emails.
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